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Cooking Unusual Vegetables

Jordan Classroom, Carl and Hunter Smith Education Center
Saturday, November 21, 2015 - 9:30am to 11:30am

Visitors to Monticello’s Kitchen Garden are unfailingly curious about how to prepare many of the odd and rare vegetables found there. Gabriele Rausse is a chef revered by his colleagues and friends for his ability to simply transform ordinary and unusual garden produce into delicious meals. During this  two-and-a-half-hour session, he will introduce participants to surprising curiosities like sea kale, cardoon, and Caracalla bean flowers; as well as underappreciated gourmet vegetables such as endive, Florence fennel, fava beans, and crowder peas.

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Event At A Glance:
Around 2.5 hours
Indoor

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Jacqueline's picture
You had me at sea kale. Yes! I can't wait.
Jacqueline Langholtz

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